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Readers' Poll: The 10 Bands That Should Break Up

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Mötley Crüe aren't just going on a farewell tour this year – they also signed a legal document stating that they will never, ever reunite after 2015. It was a smart move because fans are sick of shelling out big bucks to see groups like Kiss and the Who say "farewell," then reunite just a few years later. (Nobody is going to stop them from burning that contract at a reunion tour press conference in 2017, though.)

Still, the news of Mötley Crüe's demise got us thinking about other bands that have worn out their welcome. We asked our readers to vote on which bands they'd like to see split next. Click through to see the results. 

By ANDY GREENE

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